Buys To Die For
Landlord has woes but lives in luxury Schlesinger faces legal, financial trouble here and elsewhere
Rear door was not obscure enough Escape: Princess Diana and her party slipped out the back of the Ritz, but that didn't stop the pursuit.
Menswear style can help mom look young but not foolish
The thing about cool shades Fashion: From sports meets glamour to plastic meets metal, there's a lot going on behind those sunglasses.
Scents speak to, and of, the wearer Fashion: What's in a name? When it's the name of a fragrance, a whole lot, apparently, since it needs to reflect the emotions of an era and say something about the women who will buy it.
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A World of Shopping Cities: In some areas of London, Hong Kong, Paris, Chicago, Munich and New York, the business of buying becomes a unique travel experience.
Folks who are reeling through the toy/gadget/cheesy...
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Edward L. Rowe, 72, who rose to chairman of glass company
Racking up a rich array of discounts Fashion: For 32 years now, discriminating shoppers have lined up to buy Baltimore socialites' cast-off glamour clothes at Evergreen House.
Knit cardigan is the ticket for fall travel
Pull it backThe hair message for fall...
Primitive and practicalIt's summer's take-anywhere bag and...
Hon Heaven Culture: Treasure those Baltimore ladies who call you "hon," hon. Because they're a vanishing treasure characterized by hearts of gold -- and some other traits you can't miss.
Knits hop from plane to fancy
Dennis Rodman crosses the line Fashion: When it comes to drag, the Chicago Bulls' star is not only as bad as he wants to be, he's without a clue. It's outrageous, but perhaps it's not too late.
Daring or demure? Each day's a surprise
Wear some accessories, but only some
You loved Chanel No. 5, but how about that new No. 819?
A celebration in highest style Fashion: No mannequin herself, socialite and designer Pauline Potter created clothes that defined an era. A New York exhibit pays fitting tribute.
How designers repeat the future Fashion: A 'modern' look has always been an industry obsession. The look is high-tech and sleek as the millennium approaches.
GIFTS THAT MAKE SCENTS Fragrances for the body and soul
Cezanne failed to impress Paris New respect: Once the self-styled experts of the art world scoffed at the painter. But today people flock by the thousands to admire a giant exhibition of his work in the city that ridiculed him.
Dishing out lunch and entertainment, too
Elle's maturity remains uneven Fashion forward: The magazine has a sleek design and thoughtful writing, but a profile on actress Catherine Deneuve fails to deliver.
A Frill A Minute 'Songs in Costume': Evergreen House celebrates former lady of the mansion Alice Warder Garrett, who turned late-Victorian Baltimore on its ear with her costumes fashioned after the world's exotica.
Lordy lordy lordy 'Eloise' turns 40
Leaping lizards! Fashion's pretend skin of choice is back mock croc
Getting caught up in Isaac Mizrahi's life in well-designed 'Unzipped' Putting On A Show
Travels with Lenny
The function becomes the fashion
Thrifty manager works to build a great wardrobe
Lesson for Hugh Grant: Spend more next time
Reporter on a budget moves in fashionable circles
Artist adds her own touch to clothes
Retro swim suits are both modest and provocative
Salty Old Women: invisible, harassed
For Mother's Day, fragrances tap old memories, create new
Entrepreneur pries open doors to launch designer fragrance Business Scents
Glamorous Hollywood figures turn tide
Western step ahead of city competition CITY TRACK PREVIEW
High school girls get serious about playing dress-up Prom Dreams
Fashion circuit gets hung up on cellular phones
Skiing borrows its look from high and low places
Altman's film spoof isn't the rip job its targets feared NEEDLES & GRINS
In the right hands, these books can be fashion statements
Daughter's cover-up of French designer's death stuns couture world